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Cleveland State Community College will offer Science, Technology, Engineering, Art and Math camps again this summer. The STEAM program is a nationwide effort to give young students the tools they … more
A new Tennessee law will allow schools to use up to 10 virtual days of classroom instruction in the event of extreme weather conditions or serious outbreaks of illness. Twice this school year, … more
Bradley Central High School saw 360 students graduate on Saturday night. This year marked 50 years of graduations held on the BCHS campus. Due to rain, the program was amended and trimmed; … more
A Tennessee bill that would require students in grades five through eight to learn Black history and culture passed the House and Senate late last month. After being signed by Gov. Bill Lee on April … more
A new agreement between the University of Tennessee at Chattanooga and Cleveland State Community College offers an easier way for students to pursue a bachelor's degree.The agreement for the UTC … more
George R. Stuart Elementary School has been named a Capturing Kids’ Hearts National Showcase School for 2021-22 — the first Cleveland City Schools’ elementary school to earn this distinction. … more
Joel Cox, supervisor of elementary instruction and federal projects for Polk County Schools, has been named Administrator of the Year for 2022 by Professional Educators of Tennessee, a nonpartisan … more
Cleveland High School seniors filed into Raider Arena for the last time Friday night. Ryan Lovelace, class president, gave the welcoming address and recognized the next class president. Class … more
Progress on the PIE Innovation Center is continuing, with the project nearing completion and its grand opening date projected for fall. Kyle Page, a project manager and GOAL Academy principal, … more
Lee University alum Thomas Beil recently received the 2021 Best Project for Innovation Award with Whirlpool for his Master of Business Administration project.   Beil graduated from Lee in … more
Jacob Dockery has been named Lee University’s 2022 Charles Paul Conn Award recipient, given to a Lee senior who demonstrates the greatest promise of achievement in graduate or professional studies … more
The Charles W. Conn Servant Leadership Award recently was presented to Lee students Trent Tatum and Laura Wigdor, and faculty member William “Bill” Estes, dean of Lee’s Helen DeVos School of … more
Blythe-Bower Elementary and Cleveland Middle School both received the STEM Designation from the Tennessee Department of Education and will receive $30,000 each from the TDOE.Both schools were … more
Some 352 students walked across the stage as their final act at Walker Valley High School during graduation ceremonies Thursday evening.Linda Cash, director of schools, welcomed students, their … more
Gov. Bill Lee signed a funding bill, called the Tennessee Investment in Student Achievement Act (TISA), into law May 2. after the state Senate passed the bill last month and the General Assembly … more
Lee University President Mark Walker gifted former President and current Chancellor Paul Conn a Bible signed by hundreds of students as part of the annual commissioning ceremony for graduating … more
Cleveland High and Middle schools  have been named Capturing Kids’ Hearts National Showcase Schools for 2021-22. This is the second year in a row for both schools to be honored; they join 375 … more
The Copper Basin High School graduation ceremony will be at 8 p.m. Friday, May 20, at the school’s football field, weather permitting.If rained out, it will still be held that evening but in the … more
In an endeavor that has taken nearly 30 years, Hopewell Elementary soon might see road construction. The Wright Brothers Construction Company, in conjunction with the Bradley County Road … more
Bradley County Virtual School will graduate 41 students tonight, May 13. The ceremony will be held at 5 p.m. at Ocoee Middle School. more
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